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(Not really^). Today was a bit of a long day- all of us met up in Sol to learn how to take the Cercanías train (Re: commuter rail) to the university. After arriving, Isabel took us around the buildings we're most likely to have our classes in to get an idea of where we'd have to go. We had a presentation on general topics for our program (living with host parents, safety, cell phones, etc). AND THEN WE BROKE FOR LUNCH. there's a nifty little ...
... the other day, John got to take kids on a quick visit to the Museum of
Nature and Science. John ventured out
with the four kids and they seem to have had a great time. Oliver was very excited to tell me about the
moving dinosaur he got to control. Ian’s
highlight of the museum was a huge squid he saw. And Amelie enjoyed seeing the various animals
preserved in jars of formaldehyde… Elyse, as always, was just happy to be out
on the ...
... We got
beers and waited for the show to start. At first I was nervous in anticipation
because I didn’t know what to expect and as the first round went on I had
continual mixed emotions. The bull first ran out into the center of the stadium
and was taunted by 3 or 4 Toreros or Matadors with pink capes, two men on horses
would come in after a few minutes and make the first stab on the bulls back,
then the pink caped matadors our hook 5 or 6 spears into ...
... the Reina Sofia museum being my favorite. There
was a huge Picasso piece called Guernica that my friend and I just stared
at in awe for probably a solid ten minutes. The museum also had a lot
of other really famous works and took us quite a while to work our way
through. We also saw some really nice churches and took a "free" walking
tour where we were able to see the old royal palace and the cathedral. I
say free with quotes because although ...
... but was genuine leather so should last hopefully and is big enough for my camera - the main reason I’m buying it. In the end the only way Nat convinced me to buy it was by telling me 'we can always return it'- which she does so well; we had returned four things today and have another two tomorrow to be returned.
Shopping with Nat is one of the world’s hardest things. It proves impossible at times to find her in a shop, a brown haired girl ...